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Something has happened to this place. The brouchure pictures showed nicely landscaped gardens, we saw weeds all over. The entrance
to the front needed powerwashed, there was
stuff all over it. The hosts were busy with their own family visiting, whose dogs ran loose all...More
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Response from Leslie T, Owner at The Mark AddyResponded 19 August 2017
Dear Carol and Gina,
We are so sorry that you did not enjoy your stay with us. Although we do not have a brochure, I can presume you meant that the website has pictures of our landscaped gardens. There has been a terrible amount of...More
This was our second year to stay in The Mark Addy Inn and may turn into an annual getaway. Rafael and Lesley did a great job turning this old country mansion into a nice boutique hotel. All through the Inn, from the dinning room, front...More
We had The Colonel in the back of the inn on the second floor. It is a large room with three chairs to sit in and access to a shared balcony. The bathroom is spacious too. The closet is an old fashioned little one with...More
My gf and I very much enjoyed our one-night stay at Addy and are eager to return. It's the perfect retreat after a day spent visiting the area's wineries and breweries and is a convenient launchpad to an excursion into the Shenandoah National Park.
We stayed in the hotel with friends at the end of May 2017. This old graceful inn made it feel more like visiting a friend's home down south. It was more than a bland hotel experience. The owners were very accommodating and helpful. The food...More